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Introduction.--Proem: Of man's body, Of Man's soul.--Debate: The amorous contention of Phillis and Flora. The pleading of the Rose and of the Violet.--Vision: The purgatory of Saint Patrick.--Saints' lives: The life of Saint Brandon, The life of Saint Margaret.--Pious tales: A miracle of God's body, A miracle of the Virgin, The translation of Saint Thomas of Canterbury.--Allegory: An extract from "The castle of love".--Bestiary: Lion, Eagle, Whale, Siren.--Lapidary: Diamond, Sapphire,... Topics: Literature, Medieval, English literature -- Middle English, 1100-1500, Legends
AW Strouse presenting "Sir Orpheus as Poet, King, and Historian: Towards a Poetics of Literary History," at the symposium, "Critical/Liberal/Arts 2" @The Graduate Center, CUNY on September 27, 2013, co-sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, punctum books, and the Medieval Studies Certificate Program + the PhD Program in English at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Topics: medieval literature, Sir Orfeo, poetics, history, Orpheus, erotics, speculative criticism, weird...
Pro Musica organised this performance in early January 2012 (Jan 4) at the Kala Academy. Hear the voices of sopraonos Patricia Rozario, Joanne D'Mello (both with Goa links and roots) and Susanna Hurrell along with Mark Troop on the piano. This performance was staged in aid of Child's Play India Foundation. See http://www.childsplayindia.org and support generously. The programme included Handel (Alessandro) - Brilla nell'Alma - Susanna Hurell. Gluck (Orfeo ed Euridice) - Che fiero momento -... Topics: goa, music, western, sopranos, patricia rozario, joanne d'mello, susanna hurrell, mark troop
Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Folklore, Chivalry Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=GJkCAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. Lough Derg and its legends: story of the Hag with the finger - Purgatory legends : St. Paul's vision - Furseus - Stories illustrative of the connexion between the English and Irish churches - Drihthelm - Vision of the emperor Charles - Ancient burlesque upon these visions - Anglo-Saxon notions of Purgatory, and of Paradise - The sea above the sky, and stories illustrative of it p. 1 CHAPTER II. Purgatory legends of the twelfth century - Vision of the child William, of... Topics: Purgatory, Hell, Patrick, Saint, 373?-463? -- Legend, Purgatorium, Paradise, Patrick, Saint,...
byJeffrey Jerome Cohen (George Washington Univ.) and Ben Woodard (Univ. of Western Ontario)
Featured talk by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen (George Washington University), with response from Ben Woodard (Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism, University of Western Ontario), at Speculative Medievalisms 2: A Laboratory-Atelier, held at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, on 16 September 2011 (organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Petropunk Collective, and the Doctoral Program in English and Medieval Studies @The Graduate Center, CUNY). More information... Topics: demons, angels, Merlin, Geoffrey of Monmouth, Graham Harman, vicarious causation, Breton lays,...